February 3, 2010
The Student Health Law Association hosted the 4th annual "Bioethics at the Movies - Noon Film Festival" series last spring for the law student body. Center faculty and academic professionals showed film and TV clips over lunch and discussed with students the health law and ethics issues raised by the clips. The series covered a wide range of topics, including pediatric AIDS, the flu shot, medical screenings at Ellis Island, end-of-life care, public health outbreaks, assisted reproductive technologies, and health disparities.
"Too Much Love"
"The Flu Shot"
"Yearning to Breathe Free"
"The Original Death Squad"
"A Zombie’s Guide to Public Health Law"
"Racial Disparities in Infant Health" (Part 1 in 3-part series)